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*PLEASE READ: due to the increasing trend of smudging, the sacred Palo Santo tree, Bursera Graveolens, is being over harvested and is in danger of extinction. It no longer matters if you purchase from a "sustainable" company, like I have, due to its state. Furthermore, this tree is truly sacred to specific cultures and when purchasing Palo Santo, we don't receive the sacred and spiritual benefits it provides.
I'm having a sale on the remainder of my Palo Santo and will no longer sell it once it's gone. Please consider purchasing your last bundles from me, a concerned citizen, and do not buy again in the future. For more information on the state of the Palo Santo tree, please read my post on instagram or you can do your own research. Thank you.
plant incense from a tree grown in South America, palo santo can be used to clear stagnant or negative energy, and to ignite inspiration throughout the home. in Spanish, the name means "holy wood" and is related to frankincense, myrrh, and copal.
the healing benefits of palo santo are many, including relieving headaches, stress and anxiety, depression and emotional pain, cold and flu symptoms, and more. the sticks have a lovely woodsy scent, and can be lit morning or evening to bring about clarity and peace.
bundle of 3 palo santo sticks. 100% sustainable and renewable.
burning instructions | using a candle, match, or lighter, hold stick at a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame. allow to burn for about 30 seconds, then blow out. move the stick throughout your home, workspace, or anywhere you'd like the healing and energy-clearing powers to be ignited. this practice is known as smudging. when finished, put stick in a fire-proof bowl and allow to burn. if you'd like to keep the smoke going, periodically blow lightly on the ember, otherwise the glow will end on its own.